FireCrunch is 100% resistant to fire damage.. Australia is a country regularly ravaged by dangerous bushfires of varying proportions. The loss of life and property has been substantial since the first European settlers arrived in 1788 and still regrettably continues today.

Indigenous tribes were well used those occurrences and had a definitive policy of clearing bush around all areas of protective concerns. Today we call that an Asset Protection Zone (APZ), which carries certain specifications and requirements for those building in bush fire prone areas. The Rural (RFS) and Country fire services (CFS) are the best source of local information in your area.

As the name suggests, FireCrunch building boards are specifically designed to be a superior option in safety and fire protection. Through rigorous Australian NATA Labs testing like the CSIRO and in continuous development, we are redefining what it means to protect Australian homes and properties with an environmentally responsible low CO2 manufacturing process.

We ensure the protection of homes and buildings in the unique Australian climate and environment with our all in one building board solution. We are proud to present our CSIRO Fire Tested FireCrunch product range, with a Fire Resistance Level (FRL) of 90/90/90 which only requires 1 x 10 mm thick sheet per side of a steel or timber frame (1.15 BMT) up to 3 layers of 13mm plasterboard or 2 layers each side of 16mm Fyrchek, Firecheck or similar.

Through the development and various testing stages, it has allowed us to produce totally reliable, durable and eco-friendly building boards. FireCrunch can withstand temperatures of 1200⁰C and we meet the BAL FZ (Bushfire Attack Level Flame Zone) which reinforces our quality in terms of protection of buildings and life from the most dangerous BAL FZ bushfire conditions. Such quality of FireCrunch reinforces a high concern for our Australia wide customers’ safety and security, with ease of use and multi-beneficial features embedded in our fire rated building boards.

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